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Applicants must have a recognised UK dental degree, hold full registration with the General Dental Council and have a minimum of two years post-initial qualification experience.
Please note that this particular programme is, currently, only open to UK/EEA applicants. However, overseas applicants holding full registration with the General Dental Council and possessing UK residential status may apply.
Months of entry
This MSc aims to offer you in-depth exploration of current concepts in clinical endodontics. It is intended to provide you with extended knowledge and understanding of the subject, helping you to improve your clinical skills and increase your job satisfaction in this discipline.
This is a three-year part-time programme, requiring a commitment of at least one day a week. It also requires physical attendance one day every fortnight.
We will provide you with opportunities to explore up-to-date, evidence-informed endodontics. You will also become familiar with current endodontic concepts and research while exchanging ideas with your peers and reflecting on your personal clinical experiences.
Your pre-clinical laboratory sessions will include demonstrations, ‘hands-on’ practical exercises, discussions and feedback.
In your clinical practice sessions, you will be treating selected patients under supervision, review patient management and their outcomes. You will also take part in case presentations involving case discussions, reflection and review of outcomes.
As part of the clinical module you will have the opportunity to use dental operating microscopes to carry out endodontic treatment; although the number of cases and the type of treatment you will encounter will be dependent on cases available and referrals received.
You will gain research skills. You will also learn about assessing the scientific literature and conduct an audit or research project.
This programme is jointly hosted by the Institute of Dentistry, Queen Mary University of London's Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, and the Dental Teaching Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust
Information for international students
In order for your application to be considered you must have obtained a minimum IELTS score of 7.0 at the point of submission of your application.
Fees and funding
Qualification, course duration and attendance options
- part time36 months
- Campus-based learningis available for this qualification
Course contact details
- Institute of Dentistry
- +44 (0)20 7882 8930